|The nomination period has ended. For discussion on voting see Wiktionary/logo/refresh#Voting.|
This page was for nominations in the new Wiktionary logo vote, which lasted from 2009-05-19 00:01 to 2009-07-31 23:59. Each proposal was added under a new section title with a short descriptive name. Logos from the previous vote were able to be included, and users were encouraged to design new ones. It did not have to be the author of the logo that proposed it, but this was likely to be more common for the newly created ones. The proposal should have consisted of:
- an image that is 135x135 px to be used as the logo
- either an image that is 16x16 px to be used as the favicon, or a short description of how such an image could be created.
After a proposal was added, the following were to have been abided by:
- Anyone may comment on or improve any proposal.
- The logo in the proposal may be replaced by an improved version of the same logo.
- Only one logo should be present in one section. Multiple similar proposals should have multiple sections.
- Do not vote on this page.
The proposals on this page should not be modified since the date of 2009-07-31 23:59 has since passed. Voting (in a manner yet to be determined) is to occur. This has wisely been ignored by many people, since, in an online collaboration system, there is little or no purpose served to closing nominations before a vote is finalised, let alone before a voting process or time has been determined. See [[Wiktionary/logo/refresh#Voting.—The preceding unsigned comment was added by Richardb (talk • contribs) .